Juvenile probation supervision

Document Type:Essay

Subject Area:Criminology

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Some of the intermediate sanctions include intensive probation supervision, day reporting centers, electronic monitoring, and restitution programs. According to evidence intermediate sanctions are more successful than regular probation type of supervision. They are better as compared to institutional commitment because they are cheaper and do not severe the ties between the juveniles and the community. Recidivism is the most prudent means by which a correctional institution’s is measured for effectiveness. However, the issue of repeated arrests and cases involving same juveniles are still on the rise. Reference Lawrence, R. Hesse, M. Juvenile Justice. Los Angeles : SAGE publications.

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